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of the american culture. >> you may not know but most of the items are not made in america. however one senator is working hard to change this. >ñ >>> if you have been watching world news you noticed they are doing a series called made in america. >> this is interesting. part of that series showed the trenchets the memorabilia from -- trinkets, the memorabilia, how many are not made on american soil. >> the help from an energized senator is changing things. >> reporter: we found out just how hard it is to find a souvenir any souvenir made in america. >> let's look. >> reporter: even the flag pins made in china. the busiest gift shorts at the smithsonian museums where presidential bust to elvis bobbleheads are made in china. today senator sanders called the top officials into his office to demand they sell more made in the usa products. previously, the smithsonian suggested that's just too expensive. but just a few blocks away there's a thriving shop called appalachian spring. the proprietyor has been in business 43 years. selling only american made products. helping employ some 4 hundred craf
they show too much on tv and on facebook. and it's about time they start censoring america. >>> terry writes in wait, they are censoring pictures and they keep changing my privacy settings so that it is easier for everyone and anyone to know my business. we would love to know what you think. you can leave your two cents on the wmar facebook fan page. hit us up on facebook and leave a comment and we are share them throughout the morning's show. so keep them coming. >>> time 9:03. onto a story about man's best friend but can a dog be a man's dinner companion. a bill goes to the committee to allow restaurants and bars to allow dogs and outdoor -- in outdoor dining areas. folks say no. not such a good idea at abc2. rosie leftwich found out it's a great idea to bring your dog to your favorite dinner. >> hello,. >> reporter: he loves dogs. i really -- he really, really love dogs. at dog park he he sits on the ground and feels the love. >> good luck. >> reporter: and the dogs feel the love from him as well. so naturally, he would love to take his buddies mom, snowball and stevie nicks out to a nice
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and haiti and over to south america. >> all right. all of that ahead this morning. we are also going to be talking about the u.s. comfort and today's hot topic which is unusual but you love this story. >> you love the kinds of stories and they come from the strangest places. a lot of us we love our dogs. i love oscar and you love roxy. >> crazy about roxy. >> we need to get them together because they are antisocial from time to time. it's all about man's best friend. but, is man's best friend worth 1.5 million dollars? >> we will look at your screen. apparently this dog is. the most expensive dog in the world. a red tibetan mastive is the priceyest dog after being sold for 1.5 million. a big -- big splash was bought in northern china. weighing 180 pounds. they can reach 258 pounds. and red is not only considered a lucky color but in mastive from tibet they are thought to be holy animals blessing their owners were health and security. >> roxy blesses you and didn't cost 1.5. >> she was free. but a fancy furry dog and, of course, we were saying 1.5 million for a dog when you can get on
by "good morning, america" >> reporter: with more than 210,000 views, it's a video gone viral. one 10-month-old micah may laugh at later. >> so i don't know. >> reporter: it may continue to make us laugh. >> lighting up people's day is all we care about. >> reporter: that and moments like these that in their memories will last a lifetime. >> what? >> and that was ashley yarchin reporting. they have received offers from some wanting to buy the rights to the video from $25 up to $200 but they said the video is for fun and not for sale. >> good for them. >> there you go. not all about the money, but you know there's got to be a new e-trade baby. >> that's got your vote? >> that's such cute video of the laughing and it's funny that he is laughing at a rejection letter. >> yeah. i didn't get a job but my son finds it hilarious. >> that softens the blow a little bit. >> sure. >> absolutely. >> all right. >>> well, many may think school resource officers break up the lunchroom brawls, but coming up, we are going to show you why their job is so much more complex than you may know and why it may cau
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. for some parts of the country that's "good morning america" and we will have a a wrap-up tonight with diane sawyer. david, and robert here in new york. have a good day. >> of course just a reminder abc to news -- 2 news will have more at 5 and 6 tonight. >>> well, some current and former military service members say the military has a pros lem -- problem and they are not taken seriously. the lawsuit that has been filed by several veteran military women over sexual abuse and rape. >>> and we showed you the other day dozens of dogs taken from a home. it turns out dozens of people wanted to help out. what's next for the dogs we will tell you come up. -- coming up. >>> debt collectors out of control. how the tactics to get you to pay are resulting in more complaints. >>> and how to actually get them to stop calling you. but before that, let's check the weather. not the prettiest. hopefully things will change. >> they will change. it's just not going to change for the better. we hit 60s yesterday. i hope you made the most of it, because we are swinging back the other way. a flashback to winter
factors involved. one of the things that cancer treatment centers of america really focuses on is the team approach the so that the patient has the best treatment options out there. so they can get their side etickets adressed as well as going -- address -- side effects addressed as well as going through the process. >> where can people go online to get more information. >> cancercenter.com and an 800 number, 800-333-ctca. >> the information will be on line a bit later this morning. thanks so much for your time. and continued you can sees with your treats. now over to you. >> certain things don't mix. especially true when we are talking about medications, and the same can be said withherbal subelements. a pharmacist is here to tell us what is safe and -- supplements. a pharmacist is here to tell us what is safe and what could be a deadly combination. [ music ] ♪ >>> a local group of kids are proving they are talented and sanitary. why they are getting so much ateption and their writing conditions. >>> the final private, the fancy cars. who is number one and not bill gates. we will be rig
't mind the whining when it is coming out of that mug. >> guys, thanks. >>> you know america does dig the football. now the nfl gets a last gaffe extension and try to work out the issues. you will watch the clock to see if owners and players can reach the deal by the stroke of midnight tonight. now it's also this morning not surprising to hear gas going up. but it may shock you to see how much it is climbing and how quickly it is doing it. what to do to protect yourself more when we return in a bit. justin. >>> we are watching the weekend outlook for you. because after all the sunshine we have had and a dramatic twist to temperatures, what happens for the next couple days? today we deal with a mix of clouds and sun. most of tomorrow will be dry with showers arriving late. temperatures getting in the upper 50s. sunday, yeah, it could be a washout with potential flooding of 1 to 2 inches worth of rainfall. more on that and more of "good morning maryland. please, stick around. [ male announcer ] are you paying more and more for cable and enjoying it less and less? stop paying for second
, they sent a video to say america's funniest home videos. but in 2005 youtube cabe came along-- came along make it easier to turn the babies into internet sensation. baby videos have gone viral some getting millions of hits. emmerson's video has been viewed by 8 million people. and it was posted just ten days ago. two million people watched this toddler dance the blues away and one million saw this crying tot soothed by the powers of reggae. baby micah can't get enough of paper being torn. a pastime fellow tyke enjoys so much can't stay seated upright. something viewers don't have trouble with. nearly 38 million people are glued to their seats to watch him gelt get bold over by laughter. video with the most views ever, a little music video called baby. ♪ baby baby >> reporter: but on the list of the top 10 most viewed youtube videos of all time, only one video is a home video. and that video features a baby. well, two of them a video called charlie bit my finger comes in at number 5 on the most watched list with nearly 300 million views. >> charlie bit me. i am not really hurt. >> report
for home health care. that's the first place and visiting nurse association of america that can help you pick a home health care agency in your area. >> all right. dr. thanks so much for the time. >> thank you. >> that website is medicare.gov. and find the asked questions and you can start getting the answers you need. thanks a lot. >>> the interview will be on wmar.com at the end of the show today. time 9:37. and giving of yourself and your time, it's free and shows you care about your neighbor. coming up, abc2 kelly swoope introduces us to a woman who says she is born to volunteer. >>> and for some of us, it's a love-hate relationship between us and our sports teams. some cities thrive and others not so much. we will take a look at a few other struggling cities when good morning maryland at nine returns. with fios, when you're watching the picture, it just jumps out at you. -it was like, "wow!" -bam! [ male announcer ] decisions don't get any easier than this. now you can move up to fios tv, internet and phone for just $99.99 a month for a year with no term contract required. [ mr. don
% of the total population live with diabetes. today, the american diabetes alert day is on march 26th for america to take the risk test to find out if they are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes. amy is here to tell you how to get involved. thanks for being with us. >> thanks for having me. >> the impact of diabetes. we hear so much about it, how it can affect the body. but in the simplest terms, what is it? well, it's just a diseaseprocess in which your body can't regulate your glucose levels. simple terms. that's it. >> that's it. >> how does it impact the various stages and systems within the body? >> if left uncontrolled, it can reek havoc from eye damage to kidney damage, nerve damage. in the feet, the gut, and cardiac health, kidneys. the whole realm. but you know, i try to emphasize the point that if you control your diabetes, you are going to reduce your risk of the complications. >> and is this something a individual can be predisposed to having or maybe at greater risk like heart disease? >> yes. there's a huge genetic component. and if you have one parent with it you have a 50% ris
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